Basic Radio Station Information

Sunny 94.7

WGSY 1460 AM

Columbus' Better Variety of Music

City of License:
Phenix City/Columbus, AL

Format:
Adult Contemporary

Market:
Columbus, GA

Web site:
https://sunny947.iheart.com/

Live Stream:
http://www.iheart.com/live/3390

General Manager:
Jennifer Newman

Owner:
iHeartMedia (formerly known as Clear Channel) (Cc Licenses, LLC)

Address:
1501 13Th Ave
Columbus, GA 31901

Phone:
706-576-3000

WGSY is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1460 KHz. The station is licensed to Phenix City/Columbus, AL and is part of the Columbus, GA radio market. The station airs adult contemporary music programming and goes by the name "Sunny 94.7" on the air with the slogan "Columbus' Better Variety of Music". WGSY is owned by iHeartMedia under the supervision of General Manager Jennifer Newman.

Nearby Radio Stations

Family Radio 90.5, News Radio 540 WDAK, WOKS 1340 AM, WURY 97.1 FM, WBOJ 1270 AM, WLTC 103.7 FM, WTJB 91.7 FM, WIOL 1580 AM, Sunny 100, Q 107.3

Co-Owned Radio Stations in Columbus, GA

Magic 101.3, News Radio 540 WDAK, Sunny 100, South 106.1, Rock 103

Listener Comments and Reviews

When I first heard The Legend was coming to Columbus I, as well as many other people I've spoke to, were very excited because we thought it was like 96.9 The Legend from Dothan Alabama. However, after being a listener for the past few months, we found this not to be the case. I grew up listening to Country music from the 1960's to present. When I think of Country legends I think of singers such as Ray Price, Eddie Arnold, Jim Reeves, Jim Ed Brown, Patsy Cline, Tammy Wynette, Little Jimmy Dickens, Conway Twitty, etc.. What we're hearing is more 1990's, some late 1980's. While they are still better than the current so called Country music, which it's not (rapping is not Country), most are not considered to be "Country Legends" by any stretch of the imagination. Before you lose your core fan base, please consider actually playing what the station name implies, Country legends. I understand this may not be practical for every song, but put a true legend in every third or fifth order for example. Your fan base will grow, I'll guarantee. Thank you.
By: Chris Brown on February 19, 2016

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